Osseous Surgery – Pelham – New Rochelle

Osseous Surgery

If youre in need of osseous surgery our team can help set you up with a consultation.

Osseous surgery is a surgical procedure performed to treat periodontal disease by reshaping the bone and gum tissue surrounding the teeth.

At our dental office, we specialize in osseous surgery and use the latest techniques and technologies to ensure that you get the best possible outcomes.

We are proud to offer the latest in bone grafting procedures to ensure the best possible results.
Sara RodriguezSara Rodriguez
22:14 12 Apr 23
I been coming to Dental Arts for a few years and was a skeptical about returning since my regular hygienist had moved on but my experience was super. I was knowledge right of way as I entered the office, making me feel welcomed. Jannette was down to earth , I feel I like knew her already. She did a fantastic job with the cleaning. The entire team was fantastic.
Annlady JorgeAnnlady Jorge
14:28 07 Apr 23
I can't quite put into words how satisfied I am with my service care at Dental Arts of Pelham. The multi-level excellence demonstrated at this office is unmatched. From the warmth and level of expertise at the front desk to my dental assessment and services, I was very pleased all the way through. Noteworthy to mention is Marline's impeccable service. She was reassuring and knowledgable about my insurance and provided me the ease I needed at the end of my visit. 10/10 recommend this office to anyone who is looking!
Charlie RodriguezCharlie Rodriguez
13:57 07 Apr 23
I have always been nervous about dental offices but they have made my experience painless and my experience very secure here. I never felt so relaxed. The ambiance. The smell. The staff. Dr Markovitch and Dr Benedit has an amazing team. So happy to have found a new dental office. Thank you guys.
Jus RolleJus Rolle
22:32 06 Apr 23
This location and the team at Dental Arts Pelham are amazing. Marlene and Carol are so professional and truly works with you when trying find the proper care and finance if need be. They don’t just see you as a number, but as family which means they go above and beyond.Dr. Daphne Benedit is one in a million. Her compassion for others and gentle care when handling patients is impeccable. It’s like coming home to a family reunion seeing everyone you love with grandma there greeting you with a smile that lights up the room, that’s Dr. Benedit. My mother came in for an extensive procedure and even though she didn’t have to, she called weeks in to make sure my mother was doing well with her care. Usually with dentist you feel pain and discomfort, I can truly say that Dr. Benedit truly loves her job and it shows in every smile that walks out of that office. Dr. Markovitch has truly developed a wonderful team and an office that feels like a second home. I highly recommend this location for anyone looking to make a difference in their smile and hygiene.
Drew SchwartzDrew Schwartz
14:45 02 Mar 23
Such an incredibly warm and friendly office! Everyone who works there is thoughtful, gentle and makes the experience smooth and easy. Highly recommend!

Looking for osseous surgery in Pelham or New Rochelle?

At our office, we provide osseous surgery to help improve and maintain your oral health.

Osseous surgery is a surgical procedure performed to treat periodontal disease. It involves reshaping the bone and gum tissue surrounding the teeth to help prevent further damage and promote better oral health.

Why Do I Need osseous surgery?

Periodontal disease occurs when bacteria in the mouth cause inflammation and damage to the gums and bone surrounding the teeth. Over time, this can lead to deep pockets forming between the teeth and gums, which can harbor even more bacteria and further damage the surrounding tissues.

Osseous surgery is typically recommended for patients with advanced periodontal disease that has not responded to non-surgical treatments like scaling and root planing. In some cases, it may also be recommended as a preventive measure for patients who are at high risk for developing periodontal disease.

What Does osseous surgery Involve?

Osseous surgery, also known as periodontal surgery or flap surgery, is a dental procedure that involves the reshaping of the bone and gum tissue surrounding the teeth. The surgery is typically performed under local anesthesia to ensure the patient’s comfort.

During the surgery, the dentist or periodontist will make small incisions in the gum tissue to access the underlying bone. The dentist will then remove any damaged or diseased tissue and reshape the bone to eliminate pockets between the teeth and gums. Any exposed tooth roots may also be smoothed to prevent further damage.

Once the bone has been reshaped, the dentist will reposition the gum tissue and stitch it back in place. The stitches will be removed in about a week, and the patient will need to follow a strict oral hygiene regimen to ensure proper healing.

What Are the Benefits of osseous surgery?
  1. Improved periodontal health: Osseous surgery can help remove bacteria and diseased tissue from the pockets around the teeth, promoting better oral health.
  2. Reduced risk of tooth loss: By removing the bacteria and reshaping the bone and gum tissue, osseous surgery can help prevent further damage to the teeth and reduce the risk of tooth loss.
  3. Improved aesthetics: Osseous surgery can also help improve the appearance of the gums and teeth, which can have a positive impact on a person’s self-esteem and overall well-being.
  4. Improved overall health: Studies have shown that periodontal disease is linked to a number of other health conditions, including heart disease and diabetes. By treating periodontal disease with osseous surgery, patients may also see improvements in their overall health.
If you are considering osseous surgery, our team can help to determine if osseous surgery is the right solution for you. Contact our office today to learn more about our osseous surgery services.

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